Windows Authentication with Apache Tomcat posted by mthomas on June 22, 2011 09:31 AM Most companies of any significant size have lots of applications designed to support their employees across many departments. The bane of any system administrator in these environments, is user access to these applications. Provisioning a new employee, decommissioning an exiting employee, controlling access to contractors, and of course, the ubiquitous password resets for every employee who forgets which cat or kid they used to name their latest password. For companies using Microsoft Windows, it is possible to do user authentication within the domain. Each user is created with one username and password, and assigned roles which designate access to various applications.
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